Cincinnati’s soccer superstar returns to the World Cup looking forward to repping the USA with her teammates.
Try one of these “alternative” sports if you’re looking to get beyond the ordinary.
A whirlwind move from Louisville to UC started while the schools played each other in a bowl game and culminates with UC’s debut in the Big 12.
Mason’s new adaptive baseball diamonds will make room for players of every ability.
The children’s book illustrator grounds his work in a Cincinnati and Midwest aesthetic that authors from Barack Obama to Madonna to Amanda Gorman love being associated with.
The popular LGBTQ+ intramural sports league is creating fun and competitive spaces for all.
A web of Cincinnati-based literary journals and zines connect writers and readers in a thriving do-it-yourself community. They want you to submit.
The eMLS All-Star plays for FC Cincinnati, but you won’t see him on the field at TQL Stadium.
The Cincinnati Rollergirls blocker has forged strong bonds and found community with her roller derby teammates.
Here’s what made Crosley Field’s scoreboard iconic and how its legacy lives on in Blue Ash.
Do you say “sportsball” when people talk about their teams? Get educated with answers to common Cincinnati sports questions.
Pro tip: skip the team shops and check out these stores instead.
Pickleball courts are popping up everywhere in the Queen City. Here’s everything you need to know about how and where to play.
Relive the greatest moments in Cincinnati sports history with the calls that made them memorable.
Can’t make it to the games in person? Here’s how to catch the action on your devices.
The world’s best soccer player is on track to play at TQL Stadium next week. Can we handle the hype?
The good doctor investigates the last home left standing in Lick Run Greenway, the mystery of Mt. Lookout Square’s zip code, and a mysterious family heirloom.
A mid-century modern enthusiast poured her heart into the Hans Nuetzel home of her dreams. Saying goodbye isn’t easy.
The city’s oldest sporting goods store goes back five generations of Kochs.
If you can manage to ignore the shiniest distractions, Gatlinburg offers a relaxing family camping destination.
This month, we examine local sports and what they mean to us.
I spent two years working with one of the world’s most famous people, but both of us were mostly invisible.
Vent Haven Museum offers visitors a one-of-a-kind experience as the world’s only ventriloquism museum.
Fifty West Brewpub is back to serving savory entrées and unique drinks.
The Mississippi native is putting his talents to good use as Metropole’s new executive chef.
The specialty shop in Sharonville is a tea drinker’s delight.
Beth Hauke’s small business Happy Pies has grown from a labor of love to a full-time job.
Take a spin on our sandwich board to find your new late-night delight.